Everyone who flies a camera or does Post Production has lots of things they've learned from experience. My old flying instructor used to say, "Try to learn from the mistakes of others, you'll never live long enough to make them all yourself."
I've collected lots of those tips from flying over the years, and I'm still learning more since I began flying drones/UAVs a couple of years ago. So, there are now two types of TIPS, ones for flying and not crashing and burning (or getting in trouble with authorities) . . . and another whole different kind of TIPS for getting super aerial photos and videos. I'm in the process of developing a course for both. . . An introductory 1/2 day course on building or flying any drone, regulations and flight safety etc . . and then another 1/2 day on the new Drone markets, photo/video equipment and creating amazing Photo/Videos.
I learned a lot myself just from my own experience but some of the best ideas and practices I've learned from others who already fly or create aerials professionally, so my goal is to put the BEST of these tips together in two new courses I plan to offer soon. . . things like just walking behind your drone when you are maneuvering low level in tight spaces, (it isn't always about altitude) . .or how to adjust your gimbals setting to make really smooth professional transitions. Spacial awareness is key in all types of flying and especially so when flying and taking pictures at the same time. You certainly have to learn to fly safely, but planning and rehearsing the shot pays great dividends, flying "through the shot" or try keeping the subject hidden from view for the first few seconds of a shot. . . . and then . . . there is so much more you can do in Post Production. . .
Anyway, have a look at this outline (link below) and let me know if you or your photography group would be willing to host a course and retain some of the proceeds. Leave me an email at email@example.com and we can talk.